The Ballet is Balanchine

Garis, Robert
August 1977
New Republic;8/20/77, Vol. 177 Issue 8/9, p29
Presents information on several ballet performances. Appreciation of George Balanchine, choreographer, for wonderfully choreographed ballets; Recognition of Suzanne Farrell as one of the greatest dancers; Appreciation of Farrell's dancing skills; Comments on the ballet "Symphony C" choreographed by Balanchine; Opinion on Balanchine's ballet style; View that Balanchine has made ballet classicism bolder and faster yet paradoxically sweeter and less emphatic; Note on Farrel's performance in the ballet titled "Chaconne"; Comments on the ballet titled "Rubies."


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